University of Northern Colorado Department of ASL & Interpreting Studies Campus Box 106 Greeley, CO 80639
M.A. in Master's Degree, Psychotherapy and Spirituality, St. Stephen's College, Edmonton,
AB Canada (in progress)
M.A. in Applied Communication, University College at Denver University, Denver, CO
B.A. in Journalism, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
A.A. in Sign Language Interpreting, Front Range Community College, Westminster, CO
Teaches Leadership in Interpreting, Supervision of Interpreting Systems, Theory and
Practice of Interpreting, and Ethics in Leadership in the ASl-English Interpretation
program and Leadership and Supervision Certificate Program (online)
Teaches in the interpreting program at Lakeland College in Edmonton, Alberta
Nationally certified ASL-English Interpreter through the Registry of Interpreters
for the Deaf (CI and CT)
Holds certification in the facilitation of Appreciative Inquiry
Former Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Region IV Representative and President
of Colorado Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
Research/Areas of Interest
Intra and interpersonal challenges of leadership, supervision, and interpreting
Seiberlich, A. (2006). Interpreters as Leaders (Unpublished master's thesis). University College at Denver University, Denver, CO.
Seiberlich, A. (in progress). Integrating Peak Experiences (Unpublished master's thesis).
St. Stephen's College, Edmonton, AB Canada.
Honors and Awards
2006 "Spirit of Region IV" Award recipient
2006 Colorado RID Most Valuable President Award recipient